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Further distancing herself from her talent show background, 2002 Star Academie winner Nolwenn Leroy‘s fourth studio album, Bretonne, pays tribute to her Brittany birthplace with 13 tracks performed in Gaelic, English, French, and Breton. Produced by Jon Kelly (Kate Bush, Tori Amos), the follow-up to 2009's Le Cheshire Cat et Moi includes covers of both traditional Celtic songs ("Mna Na H-Eireann") and more contemporary numbers including Alain Souchon's "Le Bagad de Lann-Bihoue" and Christophe Miossec's "Brest," the latter of whom penned the album's only original track, "Je Ne Serai Jamais Ta Parisienne." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 28 September 1982 in St. Renan, France

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chanteuse Nolwenn Leroy was one of a generation of French pop luminaries who rocketed to overnight fame via the television amateur showcase Star Academy. Born September 28, 1982, in the Breton city of St. Renan, Leroy was the daughter of professional footballer Jean Luc le Magueresse. Raised in a series of different locales per her father's team transfers, she later attended college at Saint-Yorre's Collège des Célestins, where a music teacher encouraged her to study violin. Leroy also exhibited...
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